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I am not a Canal guy by no means but given FL has shut down all boat ramps I might have to give it a shot this year, 1 st question whats your choice of jig head style

Savage style pointed or do-it mold style bullet head?? both lures in picture are 5 oz.

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Codfish what makes you think you'll be able to fish the canal this year? I've already resigned myself to the fact that things may be different this year, and not for the better. 

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2 hours ago, codfish said:

 

I am not a Canal guy by no means but given FL has shut down all boat ramps I might have to give it a shot this year, 1 st question whats your choice of jig head style

Savage style pointed or do-it mold style bullet head?? both lures in picture are 5 oz.

 

I’m a big fan of the savage style heads. Little more aerodynamic to get down on the bottom faster and also less effort to cut through the wind when you are trying to get more distance. Generic ones at M&Ds were awesome, hope the new owner continues to stock them.

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2 hours ago, bdowning said:

Does the jighead choice have to be mutually exclusive? Both have their place. 

Words of wisdom . One works well swimming and one works well bouncing the bottom However that does not mean you you can not do the same with either one. Peace and Prayers

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57 mins ago, IamFish said:

Ass less chaps=good social distancing

 

 

Those would probably attract some of the out of staters. 

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20 mins ago, Searobin said:

I’m a big fan of the savage style heads. Little more aerodynamic to get down on the bottom faster and also less effort to cut through the wind when you are trying to get more distance. Generic ones at M&Ds were awesome, hope the new owner continues to stock them.

Sparse bucktails are another great choice when you want to cut through the water and tap bottom quickly.

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